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! his royal highness harvey is trapped by a dragon and needs rescuing! rrarr! help! rrarr! uhh! little help here! i thought this was my fantasy. [snaps] [rewinding] oh, most wonderful person in the universe, we're almost done with the chemistry test papers! then we'll work on those library late fees! this is great! "yes, mistress... whatever you desire. oh, great sabrina... all hail sabrina!" uhh! uhh! hey! oh, hi, brina. hey, where were you yesterday? why? where was i supposed to be? áoh, my gosh! áthe library! our science project! oh, harvey! i'm so sorry! that's ok, i guess. just let me have your notes so i can start outlining. you mean the notes i was supposed to do last night? sabrina, this assignment is really important! look, harvey, i'll meet you at lunch. i promise, ok? and if i blow it this time, you can pick another partner. deal? hmm. [snaps] [hums] [munching] salem! [salem burps] some of these kids pack a mighty tasty lunch! i heard about magrooney's relay duet. didja get your broom upgrade? uh, well see, i was, uh, a credit short, and-- say no more. i only have one cred
: valerie hamilton went missing a week ago wednesday. she was seen leaving a local bar with michael harvey. when she didn't show up to her job as a swim instructor, friends and coworkers began to worry. >> it's not like her to not show up and not let us know that, i'm sick or my car's broken or i had something else going on. >> reporter: we felt it. i think the police side of me knew and the father side was hoping that something -- anything. valerie did make at least one phone call after leaving the bar at around 3:00 a.m., to her friend, ashley barton. >> she's like, what are you doing? i'm laying in bed, sleeping. and she was like, can you come out to the hot tub with me and my friend? >> reporter: late saturday night -- >> i'm sad to report that we have recovered the body of miss hamilton. >> reporter: police gave few details, saying that her body was wrapped in material and that the cause of death was not immediately obvious. the next morning, the police chief thrust his daughter's case into the national spotlight with a plea. >> i want to ask, robin, my law enforcement brothers and si
people to live up to it that standard or try to exceed that standard. harvey milk is recognized on the west side of that area. 17th is on the opposite side. i think it would be very fitting to see the work and effort that harvey milk put in to make the community opened and provide opportunity for everyone to be a police officer, a lesbian police officer that was known and loved by everyone in the castro, opposite and adjacent to harvey's. i think it would set a wonderful example for future generations. that is what we should aspire to as far as public commitment, working within the public sphere, so i would certainly appreciate supervisor dufty for bringing this forward, and i would lend my name to supporting this. thank you. supervisor chu: thank you. >> good morning, supervisors. i have lived in san francisco for 58 years. i would like to thank supervisor dufty for bringing up this resolution. i had some experience dealing with jane warner, and i wanted to mention it here because i think it is something that shows her real character. i had talked with her different times on th
a backing by harvey rose. the harvey rose pledge. if for any reason and the contract comes without any defense preparation for negotiation, the budget analyst will personally eat it would catch up. i could not get the mayor to sign it. it has also got some fine print here, which i'm going to try to read to you. it says nothing in this certification will impair the ability of any member of the board of supervisors from applying the highest level of scrutiny to assess the veracity of this guarantee. [applause] >> in place of supervisor mirkarimi, we have his aide, jeremy. >> jeremy pollack from supervisor mirkarimi's office. he regrets that he could not be here. he wrote me from venezuela, and he has enjoyed working with you on lafco, and he invites you down there to set up a satellite office to deal with their pollution problems. in addition to promoting clean energy, he has admired the way you jump into medical care in this policy and the way you advance that, so we have an idea we would like to share with you. [applause] it is a little complicated. a legislative idea we hope you would
after a late night with michael neil harvey, a registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record, including rape, breaking and entering, and drug possession. >> do you think that he killed your daughter? >> i don't know. i don't know enough about it to say that. i think if he wasn't with my daughter that night, she would be alive. >> reporter: but now hamilton finds himself having to answer questions about the lifestyle his daughter led. >> it's very, very unfortunate to me that people will see one segment of a case and then almost immediately start laying some semblance of blame on the victim. >> reporter: valerie hamilton went missing a week ago wednesday. she was seen leaving a local bar with michael harvey. when she didn't show up to her job as a swim instructor, friends and co-workers began to worry. valerie did make at least one phone call after leaving the bar at around 3:00 a.m. to her friend ashley barton. >> she's like, what are you doing? i'm like, i'm laying in bed sleeping. she's like, oh, well, can you come out to the hot tub with me and my friend? >> reporter: late
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in the days of franco inspiring activists like harvey milk to say that we will be treated equally. that connection has been in place for decades. when i visited barcelona, i was impressed by what harvey milk means to the lgbt community in barcelona. that is something that is really special. spain, barcelona have had same- sex marriage for a number of years now. and the world has not come to an end. those cities are arriving. that region is driving. it shows you that you can be committed to civil rights, equality, and that commitment to add flights to something very positive. i think it makes sense, that someone like mayor newsom who has led the way, it is joining up with a city that has been doing it right for so long. i want you to know, in barcelona, many people see you as a good political leader for what you have done. now let me introduce to you someone from spain, someone who played an important role in city hall, in barcelona, his job as a counselor of international relations is to represent the city of barcelona throughout the world. ignacio? >> good morning. i will set a c
-year-old michael neal harvey a registered sex offender who actually served some time in new york for a rape conviction before he moved to charlotte. they believe he may be driving a stolen 1996 chevy blazer with north carolina license plate zxe1756. authorities are asking anyone with information to so many forward and call crime stoppers. that number is (704)334-1600 jon. jon: what's the evidence? i mean what led authorities to him? >> reporter: well the victim, valerie hamilton was last seen early wednesday morning leaving a bar with a man. the security camera at the bar shows her leaving with a man matching michael neal harvey's describes. based on harvey's long rap shoet and sex offender status police were suspicious from the get go. they searched his charlotte area home, they searched an economy motel where witnesses believed that he had stayed last week until checking out on friday. and it was a day later on saturday that that he found the young woman's body in a selfstorage unit in charlotte, jon. jon: it's such a sad story. tell us a little bit more about this young lady a
in a home in western new york. abc's larry jacobs has the story. >> reporter: murder suspect michael harvey was captured at a friend's house in niagara falls, nor. federal marshals say he was on the couch, sleeping, surrounded by drug paraphernalia. >> we were fortunate and got a tip. and that tip was successful. >> reporter: harvey was wanted in the murder of 23-year-old valerie hamilton, a preschool teacher and a swim instructor. she's the daughter of the police chief of concord, north carolina. hours before harvey's capture the chief appeared on "good morning america" with a plea. >> she was the perfect daughter and i miss her. and i need justice for her. >> reporter: valerie hamilton was last seen alive last week at a charlotte bar. police say she left the bar with harvey. her body was found saturday in a rented storage unit. hours after the arrest, purple ribbons went up in the victim's hometown, a tribute to the police chief's daughter. >> it's not going to bring his daughter back. but he is certainly relieved that this man's been caught so he can't hurt somebody else. >> reporter: po
? >> the steve harvey award. >> reporter: did you have a chance to see mr. harvey. >> yes, we did. >> you did, my goodness. today you are fixing breakfast with hillshire farms because that was the sponsor, right. >> yes. we are preparing a sausage omelet with onions and peppers and turkey smoked sausage. >> reporter: the secret is what, you took how many eggs, three, two? >> this is four eggs. >> oh, four. >> yes. >> reporter: did you mix anything in the egg. >> no. just regular old egg. >> reporter: and the sausage, the turkey sausage and what else? looks like -- >> it is onions and peppers and tomatoes in here. >> reporter: what did you do with the onions and peppers? >> i sauteed them first. and then we create our omelet. >> reporter: okay. how long will you let that cook now. >> about two minutes. we will flip it. i'm not -- normally in a restaurant we use our grill. so this is new for me using a pan. >> reporter: you are doing all right. this is very healthy because you are using turkey sausage. >> yes. >> reporter: own onions and peppers. >> you broke your little pancakes over there. >> tho
. >>> the hunt for the man believed to have killed the daughter of a police chief is over. michael near harvey is in the custody of u.s. marshalls. he's a register sex offender and police believe he killed 23- year-old valerie hamilton, the daughter of police chief merle hamilton. she is seen leaving a restaurant with a man police believe is harvey. her body was found on saturday in a storage unit. he was arrested today in niagara falls. >>> d.c. school chancellor michelle rhee went on oprah today to advocate school reform like the kind she's implemented here in the district. she's featured in the new movie waiting for superman, it's a documentary about the poor state of the country's public schools. meanwhile speculation said she will be moving on if and when vincent gray takes over as mayor. bruce johnson is here with the latest on who is coming and who is going, following city hall and mayor fenty's defeat last week. >> that's right. and all bets are that michelle rhee won't stick around beyond the transition period. and others the fenty administration is looking for work today. >> reporter
not in the interest of time is a music video created by our campers at the harvey hilk center. -- harvey milk center. >> i think next meeting you should bring that and we will have the general manager's report at the right time. we will have a full house and you can entertain the crowd. >> great video. fair enough. >> it is worth noting the day camp offerings we earned an additional $500,000 for a total of $1.1 million. >> we were planning on that, right? >> i want to recognize enterprise high school students for their summer gardening program. 32 high school students participated in this long-standing programs working with staff. students worked on a variety of projects including clearly ivy and replanting areas. this is a summer partnership that dates back to 1978 and enterprise is in the process of applying a grant to expand the program year round on saturdays. i wanted to say thank you to enterprise and the kids that volunteered in our parks this tomorrow. talk of summer brings us into our fall season. this marks the beginning of our fall season under our new recreation model. staff and managers
at the harvey hilk center. -- harvey milk center. >> i think next meeting you should bring that and we will have the general manager's report at the right time. we will have a full house and you can entertain the crowd. >> great video. fair enough. >> it is worth noting the day camp offerings we earned an additional $500,000 for a total of $1.1 million. >> we were
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carolina, three days after she left a tavern with a man identified as michael harvey, a convicted sex offender. today, valerie's father, a suburban charlotte police chief, did plead on "good morning america" for help finding harvey. >> she was a perfect daughter. and i miss her. and i need justice for her. and i need -- i need folks to be looking for this guy. >> reporter: hours later, during the day, federal agents captured harvey in niagara falls, new york. he offered no resistance. >>> and we follow up now on our story last week so many of you wrote us about. steve wompler who has cerebral palsy. he decided to rock climb, pulling himself up the 3,000 foot tall el capitan in yosemite park. every pull of the rope raised steve just five inches. he did it. he reached the top. >> it was six days of just absolute torture. and i would say awe inspiring too. >> and when it was over, more than a few good men, marines, climbed to the top to carry steve down. and hundreds of you did write in. thank you, all. including a 19-year-old woman with cerebral palsy who said steve is an inspiration to
named harvey who says he was submmitten with her little . >> when i fell in love with her i fell in love with him. just as much my son and hers. i helped raise him and mold him into the little man we hoped he would become. >> alan excelled at school and sports. he loved pac man, fishing,nd listening to his favorite songs. both brenda and harvey had good jobs on the assembly line at general motors. alan had one little brother and another on the way. alan's father justin brown had also remarried to a woman named roslyn and they had two little girls >> these sort of blended families where the is divorce it's kind of complicated who gets to see the children when. >> i was going to have primary custody and he had visitation. >> justin's sier said alan was close to his dad. >> loved spending time with his father on weekends or during school breaks. >> but the relationship between brenda and alan's step mom was tense. >> they didn't like each other at all but brenda would always let alan come over to his dad's house and spend time with him. she would never keep him back from his dad. >> in 1985
in san francisco, yeah. than anybody and he has his earthquake dog harvey. >> okay. that's enough. and john paxton who is a part of caps and it's a community action plan for seismic safety and sponsored by the department of building. and what are the significant impacts of earthquake and how can we mitigate that to meet the goals we want to make. one of the things we want to talk about are, what are your reasonable expectations? people have different goals about what they expect. a lot of people say, i live in a house, the city wouldn't let me live in a house that wasn't safe, would they? i live in a brand-new house and it's absolutely fine. those are unreasonable expectations and why they are. there's, for example. nothing that the earthquake proof. that's always stuff inside that is damaged and life line connections, telephone and water that make habitability a problem. san francisco's earthquake hazard has a whole over lay of problems. first is our location. by the 2 faults. the san andreas, which is off shore of san francisco, and is about how far off shore? maybe a mile. so
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of that failure as well. and of course, harvey is here with pat. thanks for joining us, harvey. and i'm chief building inspect, lawrence cornfield. we have a bunch of slides we're going to go through today that i hope will give us sort of a basis to ask questions and focus our discussion. most of the decks that we see that we're going to talk about are made of wood. san francisco is a city built primarily of wood, in fact. and for better or for worse, it used to be wood was cheap and readily available and now, wood is expensive and you know, sometimes it's not even appropriate green material anymore. in fact, steel is preferred for a lot of uses because it can be recycled and reused. especially really good redwood and stuff that used to be used for exterior decks is almost unavailable but it's extremely political lynn i correct to use this clear redwood. now there's other materials including metal and other kinds of fabricated lumber that's kind of glued up. and you lee a lot of it. >> it's different types of pressure treated. >> so what used to be used almost exclusively is redwood in our ar
locker on sunday. she was last seen leaving a local bar with 34-year-old ni e michael neil harvey. >> i want to ask, robin, my law enforcement brothers and sisters across the country, to help me with this. all-get out there and find this guy for me. when it comes back my way, i'll pay you back. >> reporter: just hours later, fbi and u.s. marshalls arrested harvey, allegedly high on heroin, hundreds of miles away in his hometown of nigra falls. >> we fortunately got a tip. and that tip was successful. >> reporter: police have still not said how valerie died and whether she went willingly with harvey. the last phone call she made was reportedly to a friend at 3:00 a.m., asking her to come to harvey's hotel for a swim. for this officer of the law, the last few days have been pure agony. >> i figured my daughter, wherever she was, she was waiting for me to come through the door. >> reporter: sir, you appealed to the law enforcement community to capture harvey. what do you need from the community? >> to capture the one tomorrow that does it to somebody else. to help prevent it. >> reporter:
to the man accused of murdering a police chief's daughter will michael neal harvey was taken into custody just hours after valerie hamilton's father made an emotional plea right here on "good morning america." he says he did not kill this young woman. yunji de nies has the story. >> reporter: michael harvey has been charged with murder. but as more information about valerie hamilton's death comes to light, it's not clear what charges he will ultimately face. michael harvey says he did not kill valerie hamilton. >> this is not a murder. there's no murder at all. >> reporter: he says the 23-year-old died of a drug overdose. >> she overdosed in her sleep. >> reporter: as he went before a judge, relatives came to his defense. >> i know my son. he wouldn't hurt no one. he wouldn't even hurt a fly. >> reporter: harvey was the last person seen with this north carolina police chief's daughter before she went missing a week ago. days later, detectives found her body in a storage unit. friends say harvey told them hamilton overdosed and he panicked. >> he woke up. and she was dead, and he was all m
charges. michael harvey waived extradition to new york in a courtroom today. -- or waived it in a new york courtroom. investigators claim he killed 23-year-old valerie hamilton and dumped her body in a self-storage unit and headed here to new york. now the owner of the house where cops arrested this guy tells a local television station his friend is completely innocent and that harvey said he and hamilton went to a hotel and he woke up the next morning to find her dead. the friend says harvey put the body in a storage unit because he panicked. law enforcement has a new way to prevent terror attacks at one of the nation's busiest ports. it's a state of the art screening ship. guarding the port of los angeles, long beach in california. it's loaded with high tech equipment that can detect nuclear threats just by pulling up alongside a ship. that, plus a new $250,000 helicopter and one highly trained black lab to sniff out chemical and biological weapons. $250,000 helicopter? really? adam housley with the look off the coast of california. adam? >> >> shepard, this boat that only protects the p
with this man, a registered sex offender, 34-year-old michael neil harvey. here with my, former fbi profiler, clint van zandt. so many questions. michael harvey, accused of this murder, suspected in this murder. >> yeah, well, as you say, chris, he is a known sex offender. he's on a sex offender registry list. he was sentenced about 14 years ago for a rape that he did in new york state. he was about 20 years old at the time. but, chris, this is a guy who has other aarrests, too drugs, fire alarm, burglary-related arrests. he has a lengthy history. so he appears to be, you know, a good person law enforcement should look at. notwithstanding they have surveillance video of him leaving this bar last wednesday night with the victim. >> and i guess the question is, what is the rep? did he have a beef against the police chief? did he know her? did he target her? could she have been under duress leaving? do we know any of that, and what kind of things will police be looking at for clues to that? >> these are some of the challenges. her purse, her keys found inside of her car in the parking lot at th
investigated as a murder-suicide. the nell san harvey building was placed on lock down after a distraught son received distressing news and opened fire. he shot dr. dave cohen after being briefed by his mother's medical condition. he then bare kidded himself in the room with his mother. around 1:30 p.m., they learned he had killed his mother and then himself. dr. cohen is expected to recover. another testimony in the case of three suspects accused of gunning down someone. they tried to link the three defendants to the robbery and shooting outside the lounge in september of 2008. through d.n.a. and fingerprints evidence. but the defense attorney questioned how the evidence was obtained. >> you have several different crime scenes to try to take evidence from one crime scene and relate it to another crime scene to include the identity. in addition, i have problems with the way teved was recovered, the way it was labeled and the way it was processed. >> we'll have the latest tonight. a man and a woman denied bail after police say they held a woman captive for nearly a year. police have charged 29
-year-old michael neil harvey was arrested monday charged with hamilton's murder. >> we had indications from the county sheriff's office in charlotte, north carolina that the defendant is wanted on charges of murder. >> reporter: the convicted sex offender with a long history of drug abuse said he would not fight extradition back to north carolina where the investigation of hamilton's murder continues. hamilton's body showed no signs of what they call traditional physical trauma. according to police witnesses hamilton voluntarily left the bar last week with harvey and went to his house where the two used drugs. witnesses say something went wrong and hamilton needed, quote, immediate medical attention but harvey never called for help. instead, investigators say harvey moved hamilton's body and made great efforts to clean up any potential crime scene before he disposed of her body. hamilton's body was found this past weekend in a storage shed. >> i'm telling you what, if you've got kids, you've got daughters, my daughter was perfect and what my daughter did or didn't do or whatever, in th
. those statistics, student at harvey milk high school in manhattan know all too well. this is one of the first high schools in the country, open primarily for gay, lesbian, and transgender students. >> i think people get scared and fearful, and not because they were born into that fear but because it was taught by society. >> reporter: tonight, prosecutors say they will investigate whether this was a bias crime. katie. >> couric: byron pitts. byron, thank you very much. we ask for your comment and questions on twitter and facetoday. jan crawford in washington is our chief legal correspondent. jan, what kind of laws against bullying are currently on the books? >> reporter: well, katie, there's no federal law, but 45 states do have laws, the strongest require things like anti-bullying classes in schools, counseling for the victims, and reporting potentially criminal bullying to law enforcement. in the tragic case where's a student is hurt or commit suicide, prosecutors can file criminal charges. >> couric: so i guess the question is are these laws actually enforced, jan? >> well, we
for community security reasons. we have a popular castro at harvey milk plaza. they walk through. they are on call. and then down on market street, they patrol by -- the public toilet is by safeway. those public toilets are a haven for drug use. we couldn't hire a security guard to stand in those spots. it wouldn't work in our neighborhood to have security guards stay there. we considered working with the late late-night miller commants. just way too much money. we couldn't afford to hire 10-b officers. i know there were -- one of the commissioners was concerned about access to patrol specials, and if there is not a patrol special in the neighborhood, they don't have access. many well, -- well, the 10-b is too expensive for many neighborhoods. we pay the same rates as glen park. it is more affordable, and it works. i would also like to note that in the newspaper yesterday or this morning there was published a letter -- [bell] patrol specials can help the police department meet their needs. i think we can all pork -- work together and be really creative force -- president marshall
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